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The Storyteller Returns at Madrigal Wine Tasting Salon and Gallery in Sausalito


Winery Continues Bay Area California Artist Series with 33rd Installation

September 4, 2019, Sausalito, CAMadrigal Family Winery Tasting Salon & Gallery in Sausalito will host the 33rd installation of its Art and Wine series, “The Storyteller Returns,” featuring the work of a returning professional Marin County Artist, Georgette Osserman, with art curation by Shiva Pakdel. The opening reception is on Saturday, September 21 from 4 – 6:00pm and the exhibit is on view from September 5 – October 16.

Georgette Osserman
Georgette Osserman is an artist based in Sausalito, CA. She has exhibited in both museums and galleries. She paints, teaches, and curates. Her paintings are collected in the U.S. as well as internationally. Her work is in the collections of Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Shoshone National headquarters and Ojai Resort and Spa. Please contact Georgette through her website www.gette.com.

Entrance to the Madrigal art and wine event is complimentary. RSVP [email protected].

The Madrigal Sausalito Wine Salon & Gallery is open from 12-7pm daily.

For information, contact Wine Salon Manager Patricia Gatti at (415) 729-9549 or [email protected].

About Madrigal Family Winery

Located on Highway 29, halfway between Calistoga and St. Helena in the renowned Napa Valley, the Madrigal Family Winery continues the family tradition of viticultural leadership and wine production. Since the 1930s, the family has been building its reputation and earning recognition for their vineyard management program as well as their wines. Situated on 40 acres of estate vineyards, the state of the art Madrigal Winery specializes in Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc, and small lots of single vineyard and estate wines. Today, Madrigal Family Winery is run by Chris Madrigal, the family’s 3rd generation.

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